Anjulie Persaud Biography
(Canadian Singer and Songwriter Best Known for Her Self-Titled Studio Album 'Anjulie')
Birthday: May 21, 1983 (Gemini)
Born In: Oakville, Canada
Anjulie Persaud is a Canadian pop-singer, songwriter and musician best known for her self-titled debut studio album 'Anjulie', released on August 4, 2009. Apart from her one studio album, she has also released nine singles and eight music videos. During her early career, she co-wrote songs for 'The Philosopher Kings' with Jon Levine. As a songwriter, she co-wrote 'The Boys' for Nicki Minaj and Cassie, wrote 'Don't Call Me Baby' for Kreesha Turner, and co-wrote 'I Want You' with Fefe Dobson for her album 'Joy'. Her songs 'Rain', 'Crazy That Way', and 'The Heat' were featured on the MTV reality television series 'The Hills'. Another of her songs, 'Addicted2Me', was featured on 'The City', while the single 'Boom' has been used on many television shows including 'Eastwick', 'Melrose Place', 'The Vampire Diaries', and 'Canada's Next Top Model'. She wrote and performed the song 'Big Things' for the musical film 'Fame' in 2009. She has been nominated for several awards throughout her career, and won the 'Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year' for the song 'You and I' in 2013. She produced the theme song for 'Real Time with Bill Maher'.